Spring is really in the air here in the South West of England now and as temperatures rise I see more and more plants blooming in the garden.
It is week 16 of my yearlong project #ayearofbringingnatureinside and I am delighted to be sharing some more pretties from my own garden. This week my arrangement contains a pink tulip, some double-headed white narcissi and some springs of pink hebe. I have recently realized that, although I keep lots of records about my veggie gardening (planting dates, varieties etc.), I am rubbish at keeping track of what flowers I plant. I am therefore unable to offer variety information to go with these posts (sorry!).
This week’s arrangement is in a little vase I picked up in a local charity shop for 79p. I really love the earthy colours of the pottery and on the bottom it is stamped West Germany (but no maker’s details).
I am also really happy to share another arrangement by Emma who is joining me on my little challenge. Some beautiful yellow blossom, sat in front of some special photos of family and friends. Thanks for joining me Emma!
If anyone would like to share their arrangements too please tag them on Instagram with the hashtag #ayearofbringingnatureinside or email them to me to share on this blog.